Chapter 14 section 3
Total war-A war that is unrestricted in terms of the weapons used, the territory or combatants involved, or the objectives pursued Conscription-Compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the military Fourteen points-he Fourteen Points was a speech delivered by United States President Woodrow Wilson to a joint session of Congress on January 8, 1918 Armistice-An agreement made by opposing sides in a war to stop fighting for a certain time; a truce. Contraband-Imported or exported illegally, either in defiance of a total ban or without payment of duty Lusitania-A Canard liner that was sunk by a German submarine in the Atlantic in May 1915 Propaganda-Information, esp. of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Atrocity-An extremely wicked or cruel act: "war atrocities". Self-determination-self-government: government of a political unit by its own people.
*How was it important for both sides to keep civilian morale high during the war? Total war demanded that civilians work tirelessly to produce and conserve goods needed to keep the war going. If civilians were unhappy, they might not work well or they might create domestic unrest that would unset war plan and demoralize soldiers. *How did Russia’s loss of morale affect the strategigic position of the allies in WW1? Russia was part of the Entente powers. The main members of the Entente were the United Kingdom, France, and the Russian Empire. *What were three factors that led to the United States to enter war?” - US President Wilson was an idealist; he believed that if Germany won WW1, this would be a "bad thing" not just for USA, but for the whole world. The best way to prevent this was to join the war on the Allied side. - From January 1917 Germany began unrestricted submarine warfare. US merchant ships were being sunk, and US seamen being killed, even though USA was neutral. Other...
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